It’s all about the sides in our house lately, and to be honest it’s really a side dish that can transform a meal.
Growing up I wasn’t a picky eater I’d eat all my veggies, all for the exception of Brussels Sprouts.
If there was ever such thing as a manly salad this would be it.
Paul Sidoriak is the newest contributor to GrillGrrrl.com – read more about him on the contributor’s page. In this post he has cooked the Turkey on the Big Green Egg but this recipe can be modified for your grill set up. ——————————————————————————- People get stressed out when making a festive turkey. I have never completely […]
Blake Daniels is the newest contributor to GrillGrrrl.com. Beer and Grilled food go hand in hand and Blake will be sharing his knowledge on homebrewing and craft beer, read more about him on our contributor page… In addition to being a very fruitful hobby, home brewing is also a science and an art form. And […]
I’m in love with the flavors of Fall
Peanut Butter Chicken Wings- guest blog post by Josh Weiss Roessler from The Backyard BBQ Blog It’s tailgating season, which tends to mean lots and lots of burgers and hot dogs, as well as huge vats of chili and – of course – copious amounts of beer. Now, there’s nothing wrong with any of that, but […]
The leaves are changing color, the temperature is cooling down and there are non-stop football games on – this is a tell-tale sign that fall is officially here.
Football enthusiasts everywhere flock to the stadium not only to root for their favorite team and players but to tailgate. It’s a long-standing tradition that’s just as important as who scores the first touchdown. Here are a few tips to make you a tailgating MVP.
Whether it’s the sound of crashing helmets, spectacular catches in the end zone, or the glorious flavor combination of a corn dog loaded down with mustard, football is back and our life is wonderful again. As much as we all enjoy what happens on the field, even fans of a bad team can enjoy the […]